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Top 5 Reasons Men Choose Hair Transplant Surgery

3/31/2017 6:44:52 AM

Why Men Choose Hair Transplant Surgery

Let’s face it; the bald look is “in”. It’s more socially acceptable for a man to shave his head today than ever before. Despite this recent cultural phenomenon however, there is no denying that many men suffer emotionally from the effects of male pattern baldness. Thus, state of the art follicular unit hair transplant surgery has become increasingly popular with balding men across the globe.

Why would so many hair loss suffering men choose to undergo surgical hair restoration when shaving is so quick, easy and affordable? Here are the top five reasons why many men choose to restore their lost locks with hair transplants.

Career Advancement

Studies have shown that attractive, youthful people enjoy greater opportunities for career advancement and even higher pay. Restoring thinning hair through hair transplantation often provide men with the confidence they need to obtain a competitive edge in the workplace.

Physical Attraction

Keeping physically fit and attractive was once only the burden of the female of our species. Today, men too are feeling the pressure to look good. This is true for both married and single men. The days of the beer belly, excess body hair and comb overs are through. Your woman wants you to look, feel and smell as good as she does. Today’s natural and undetectable hair transplants can help men to maintain a more youthful and healthy appearance while providing your lady with something to run her fingers through.

Freedom from Hair Loss

Hair transplant surgery offers balding men freedom from hats, hair replacement systems, wigs and other temporary solutions by permanently restoring thinning hair with their own natural donor follicles. Once transplanted, these hairs will continue to grow for a lifetime. It also can provide emotional freedom for those men who's self confidence was once lacking.

Avoiding the “Bald Guy” Stigma

For one reason or another, many men fear going bald. Hair loss can affect a man emotionally as well as physically. Because men don't want to be the "bald guy" in their social circle or in other personal situations, many men turn to surgical hair restoration as a means to restore their hair.

Self-Esteem

Obsessing over thinning hair can play havoc with the psyche. For some men, the disparity between the mental image they have of themself and the balding guy they see in the mirror each day can negatively impact self-esteem. A lack of self confidence can negatively affect all aspects of a person’s life. Men that have undergone successful hair transplant surgery with a skilled and experienced hair restoration physician often report that they no longer think about hair loss and feel more confident in their professional, personal and social activities.

Conclusion

Not all men are candidates for hair restoration surgery but, for those that are, this procedure has the potential to restore not only the appearance of a full head of hair but the confidence and youthful exuberance of days past.

In addition to surgical hair restoration, using the clinically proven and FDA approved medical hair loss treatments Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride) may assist in maintaining those luscious locks.

Written and Publlished By,

Bill - Managing Publisher of the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, the Hair Loss Q & A Blog and the Hair Restoration Forum and Social Community